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Congratulations to EBHS students past and present who presented at the recent American Association of Physical Anthropologists meeting in Austin, Texas. Angelina Curley and Nick […] Read More

Kudos to MA student Valentine Kheng and Don Melnick on their recent publication in the International Journal of Primatology which was chosen to be the […] Read More

We are delighted to announce that E3B student Jeffrey Bailey was accepted (with scholarship) to The Columbia University School of Nursing for the Master of Science in […] Read More

Compliments to Dr. Dustin Rubenstein whom was recently elected as a Fellow of the American Ornithological Society

Congratulations PhD student Palani Akana!! Palani was recently awarded a Lead Teaching Fellow position by Columbia University’s Center for Teaching and Learning

Rubenstein Lab members post-doc Shana Caro and PhD student Shailee Shah, in the field at Mpala Research Centre in Kenya, were featured in a live chat […] Read More

Three Cheers for Palani Akana and Megan Wilcots!!! Two E3B students awarded NSF graduate fellowships!

Congratulations to graduating Ph.D. student Ben Taylor whom recently won the Organization for Tropical Studies Award for Best Student Paper! Ben’s 2017 PNAS paper illustrated […] Read More

Employment Opportunity at E3B Columbia University invites applications for a Lecturer position in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology. E3B represents broad interests […] Read More

Two of the worlds most highly cited researchers call E3B home. Congratulations Ruth DeFries and Shahid Naeem who were identified by Clarivate Analytics in their […] Read More

Cheers to PhD student Ben Taylor who recently published a paper in PNAS showing that nitrogen-fixing trees inhibit the regeneration of Costa Rican rainforests. His […] Read More

Starting this academic year off with a bang, MA student Christian Rivera’s article on “Exploitation of endangered mammals in the United States” was recently published […] Read More

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